Constable Serving Eviction Order Fires At Armed Tenant, Bullet Passes Through Man's Arm & Kills His 12-Yr-Old DaughterThe Daily Mail
Jan. 12, 2016
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A constable serving an eviction order at a central Pennsylvania apartment fired at an armed tenant but the bullet missed him and fatally struck his 12-year-old daughter, authorities said.
Constable Clark Steele went to the apartment near Duncannon, about 10 miles northwest of Harrisburg, at about 10am Monday to enforce a district judge's eviction order, state police said Tuesday.
Donald Meyer, 57, answered the door, closed it, then reopened it and exchanged words briefly with the constable, police said.
He then pointed a loaded .223-caliber rifle that had been 'slung and concealed along his body' at the constable's chest, police said.
Ciara Meyer was standing behind her father.